I like the semi-small form factor on the H200 case I used. This build was a project to pass the time and get into water cooling. I guess you could say I built it to play Raytraced enabled Minecraft. I installed two slim 120mm radiators which REQUIRED some drilling to fit the fans (I did a rough job at it). I also extended the vent holes on the case for the rads to mitigate air restrictions. The max temps my GPU would reach is 67-70 under stress test(3D MARK and Heaven benchmark) OC to2080mhz with a custom fan curve. The CPU is OC to 5.1 GHz at 1.35 volts average temps sits at 37-40c The hottest temps id get where 75c (cinebench &Aida64) The build requires an internal USB hub since the motherboard only has one USB header. I use the corsair commander fan hub their ICUE software made controlling the fan speed/pump speed a walk in the park. Also, the CPU cooler is the Nzxt Kraken X62 yes it fits but at the cost of some space in where the 3.5in HHD goes everything fits but it gets really cramped. The GPU has a water block from EVGA which allows you to keep the GPU original top plate. I included good pics and bad pics of my build. I think if I wasn't moving all the time id go for the bigger case. Let me know what you think/how to improve.